Raja Ampat has been described by many scientists as the richest place for Marine life on Earth. The biodiversity is just amazing with weird and rare underwater creatures everywhere you look.
Raja Ampat is like heaven for underwater photography with magnificent hard and soft coral, clear water and a teeming reef life.
These islands are very rich in macro life with just about all of the kind of critters you can dream of.
Here you’ll find more than 1,000 types of coral fish, including 27 species of reef fish known only to Raja Ampat . There are 13 mammal species, along with turtles, manta rays, sharks and seahorses.
Around 75% of the world’s coral species can be found in Raja Ampat. This is a living library for the world’s coral reefs and a haven for marine life.
Diving in Wayag
Raja Ampat dive with Manta
Aerial view of Wayag
Video by Our Coral Reef